Segment : Boilers & Pressure Vessels

High temperature & Pressure for supercritical Applications
BIS ASTM Minimum Thickness to width Capability (mm) Thickness Range (mm)
SA 387 GR 11 CLASS 1/2 4/900 4.5/1250 4 to 63
SA 387 GR 12 CLASS 1/2 4/900 4.5/1250 4 to 63
SA 387 GR 22 CLASS 1/2 4/900 5/1250 4 to 63
15MO3/16M03 3/900 5/1250 3 to 63 mm
A -204 A 4/900 5/1250 4 & Above
Moderate Temperature & Pressure Applications
BIS SAE/ASTM Minimum Thk. to width Capability Thickness Range
ASTM A-516 GR 55 3/900 3.5/1250 3 & Above
IS 2041 R 220 ASTM A-516 GR 60 3/900 3.5/1250 3 to 63 mm
IS 2041 R 260 ASTM A-516 GR 70 3/900 5/1250 3 to 63 mm
High Temperature & Pressure Applications
BIS SAE/ASTM Minimum Thk. to width Capability Thickness Range
IS 2002 GR I 2 X 900 3 X 1250 2 & Above
IS 2002 GR II ASTM A-515 GR 60 2 X 900 3.1 X 1250 2 & Above
ASTM A-515 GR 70 3 X 900 5 X 1250 3 & Above
Low & Intermediate Tensile Strenght for Pressure Vessel Applications
BIS SAE/ASTM Minimum Thk. to width Capability Thickness Range
ASTM A-285 GR C 3 X 900 3.5 X 1250 3 & Above

 

Application

Boiler & Pressure Vessels

Boilers & Pressure Vessels

A closed vessel in which water is heated, steam is produced, superheated steam, or any combination of these, under pressure or vacuum for use externally to itself by direct heat application. This includes fired devices for heating or vaporizing liquids other than water that are independent from processing systems and are self-contained.

Boilers are typical equipment used in industrial heating and humidification. They are powered by a fuel or electricity source that warms water and/or creates steam. Hot water boilers are commonly utilized in commercial applications such as comfort heating, dishwashing, and laundry, whereas steam boilers are more commonly employed to drive turbines for power production and industrial heating.